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Debbie asks:
I have highlighted hair for the past 10 years and it is not in the best condition. I would like to try a home dye which gives me a good but not flat colour, any suggestions?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
In my professional opinion, go to a professional hair salon. If your hair is already not in good condition then it will need expert advice and TLC. You hair is fragile and when the condition is week then the colouring process and desired result can be difficult to achieve. The tone and depth of colour you would like is not as easy as one would think to get an even colour result. ...More >

I would recommend getting a consultation from your stylist and seeking their professional advice on which colour treatment is the best for your hair.

Permanent, semi permanent or temporary colour may all be possible but the condition of your hair is the overriding factor.

You are correct to be concerned over a flat colour result. This can happen when hair is damaged and you may need to have tonal pigment put into your hair first, to ensure your colour result tonal refection is true.

When I use to have my own salons I had many clients come to see me in despair, after home hair colour experiments. As professional hairdressers we spend years of educational learning to be able to confidently select and predict a colour result believe me it is not easy.

So please for your own sake ensure your hair receives what it deserves.

Visit the salon and your stylist!





Michelle asks:
I have been trying to lengthen my hair for a long time but it never seems to grow. Is there anything I can do to help its growth? It just tends to stop at shoulder length.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
The natural growth cycle of hair can be different on everyone (look at mine it gave up years ago, except on my chin). And not everyone is destined to be able to grow their hair long. There are professional products on the market which are fantastic not just for hair loss but also hair thickening and helping to maintain a healthy hair a scalp. This may benefit you an it will promote hair growth and keep you hair healthy. Also ensure that when you visit your hairdresser every 4-6 weeks that you only have removed what is entirely necessary. When brushing your hair make sure that you use a bristle brush, this will ensure that your hair is looked after while brushing rather than been pulled out from the root or split and damaged as come plastic combed brushes do. This is called mechanical damage and is a large contributing factor to split ends, static and can be a factor in perceived lack of hair growth







Katie asks:
I have long hair down to my waist, I always have highlights done with slices of brown put through it along with layers to the front and back along with a straight fringe, basically my problem is I want a brighter blonde, but cannot seem to get it when I ask my hairdresser! I also want a funkier cut but do not know what to ask for, I still want to keep the length though. I am 18, what can I do with it?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
First things first, try getting the look you want by taking in magazine cuttings of hair that you think would work for you and that is fun and alive. Then deal with the colour problem, you might want to look for a new trendy hairdresser if your not getting what you want from the one your going to now.





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